Battlestar's Return

You just can't keep a good Colonial down. Battlestar Galactica, which ended its run in 2009, may be returning as a Web series called "Blood & Chrome." The Chicago Tribune is reporting that the series will focus on the young William "Husker" Adama during the first Cylon War. An older Adama, of course, was played by Edward James Olmos in the TV series. Michael Taylor, co-executive producer of Galactica and its spin-off Caprica, will write the script for the series, which he describes as being "about a young man's initiation into war: both the realities of war as fought by soldiers on the ground (and in Battlestars and Vipers), and the somewhat less real version portrayed in the media." "Blood & Chrome" will run nine or 10 episodes at 10 minutes each, and if it's greenlit into production will be shot on green screens and virtual sets. The Battlestar sets were scanned before being struck when the show ended, and hence are available to be recreated for something like this. To Read More Click Here .

Edward James Olmos On the 'Battlestar Galactica' Movie and 'Caprica'

Admiral Adama himself, Edward James Olmos, visited my hometown of Brownsville, TX on Tuesday to promote 'Kings of Brownsville', a documentary about the border town's champion student chess players. Olmos' passion for the film was obvious during a press conference with city officials. Of course, I couldn't resist the urge to ask him a few questions about one of his other passion projects, and one of my favorite shows of all time, 'Battlestar Galactica'. We talked a little about the show's legacy, his initial thoughts on 'Caprica' and what he thinks about that planned 'Battlestar' movie project from director Bryan Singer and producer Glen Larson. To Read More Click Here .

Battlestar Galactica: The Plan/Razor Soundtrack to Hit Shelves

If you're still reeling from Battlestar Galactica's exit from the small screen, you can soon get your hands on a little audible pick-me-up. NBC Universal and La-La Land Records will release Battlestar Galactica: The Plan/Razor, the soundtrack to the two TV movies of the re-imagined series, on Feb. 23. The disc will feature music by series composer Bear McCreary, who currently scores Human Target, Trauma, Eureka and Caprica, the prequel to BSG. "After finishing my four season journey scoring Battlestar Galactica and releasing four remarkable albums with La-La Land Records, I am thrilled to be able to return to this musical universe," McCreary said. "These two scores make any fan's album collection complete." McCreary said he decided to create the new album because there was no room for the scores from Razor and The Plan on the Season 4 soundtrack. Razor premiered in November 2007 and told the story of the Battlestar Pegasus during and after the Cylon attack on the Twelve Colonies. The Plan, directed by series star Edward James Olmos, debuted last month and reexamined the BSG saga from the perspective of the Cylons. Will you pick up the soundtrack? Source Here

Extended Clip from Galactica Movie 'The Plan'

So what's the plan with the Battlestar Galactica franchise? Now that the reincarnated Battlestar Galactica is Syfy history and fans prepare for the upcoming premiere of the Galactica prequel, Caprica, on January 22, TheDeadbolt has a final preview of the Battlestar Galactica movie, The Plan, which airs January 10 at 9pm on SyFy. Ahead of the Syfy broadcast of The Plan, directed by Battlestar Galactica actor Edward James Olmos, fans can check out an extended Battlestar Galactica clip from the two-hour movie, The Plan that features Brother Cavil (Dean Stockwell) and Ellen Tigh (Kate Vernon), who's banged up from what appears to be a Cylon attack. From what Brother Cavil reveals, we can assume that not all is what it appears to be in The Plan. To Read More Click Here .

Battlestar Galactica: THE PLAN Airs on SyFy This Sunday

Check out the preview and clip of the two hour special event Battlestar Galactica: THE PLAN which will be airing this Sunday at 9/8c on SyFy Show Summary: When the initial Cylon attack against the Twelve Colonies fails to achieve complete extermination of human life as planned, twin Number Ones (Cavils) embedded on Galactica and Caprica must improvise to destroy the human survivors Source & Preview

Four Clips Released for 'Battlestar Galactica: The Plan'

" Battlestar Galactica: The Plan " has unveiled four clips as a tease via Yahoo!. "The Plan" is written by " Battlestar Galactica " writer Jane Espenson and directed by Edward James Olmos who plays Admiral Adama. It takes viewers inside the perspective of the Cylons who are divided into two, one who hates humans and the other who learns to live with them. In one of the clips, Brother Cavil who fronts the group hating human discusses with Boomer about being in control of the plan. Cavil spreads his plan of destruction and gathers with the other Cylons to plot their next step, the genocide. The other clips show panoramic view of destroyed Caprica. "The Plan" was initially conceived as a TV movie slated to air on Syfy in November. But a change had been made and it will go direct to DVD on Tuesday, October 27 with a plan to play it on the network in early 2010. A two-hour event, "The Plan" serves as the prequel to the Syfy series "Battlestar Galactica". It begins just after The Destruction of the Twelve Colonies, with two Cylon agents discussing the problem of the remaining humans, both on the planets, and those who have escaped into space. Source & Clips

First Trailer of 'Battlestar Galactica: The Plan' - Featured

Finally, the plan is revealed in the new trailer for " Battlestar Galactica: The Plan ". A look into the conflict after the explosion and the story of Battlestar Galactica from the Cylons' point of view, the trailer is released by Los Angeles Times' Hero Complex which screened it during a panel in Hollywood recently. "The plan is everything blows up a week ago," John Cavil said. "We had our foot on the throat of humanity but we failed to step down hard enough," Commander William Adama later added. A two-hour event, "The Plan" is a TV movie which serves as the prequel to the Sci Fi series " Battlestar Galactica ". It begins just after The Destruction of the Twelve Colonies, with two Cylon agents discussing the problem of the remaining humans, both on the planets, and those who have escaped into space. Battlestar Galactica -the plan Trailer Sci Fi will premiere the Edward James Olmos-directed movie in November.

Updated List of TV Panel at 2009 San Diego Comic Con - Featured

The TV panel for this year's San Diego Comic Con is shaping up with the announcement of more date confirmations. It is now known that " Lost " will be presented on Saturday, July 25 at Hall H, starting 11 A.M. until noon. Considering that the upcoming season will be the last for the series, the line for the panel is expected to be one of the longest. Also being updated are the time and place for new series "Flash Forward" and " Human Target ". The former will have one-hour session on Friday, July 24 beginning 11:45 A.M. at room 6A, while the latter is among the Saturday line-up, taking the 4:45 P.M. to 5:45 P.M. slot at Room 6BCF. The latest updated version of other panels is listed below. Meanwhile, question mark is still surrounding " Ghost Whisperer ", " Legend of the Seeker ", " The Prisoner " and " True Blood ". The shows have confirmed their participations but the date and venue have not been announced yet. Rumors are also still busting for the presence of " 24 ", " Battlestar Galactica: The Plan ", " Bones " and " Glee ". Thursday, July 23 " Dexter " (Ballroom 20, 5 P.M.-6 P.M.) " The Middleman " (TBD) " Psych " (TBD) Friday, July 24 " Batman: The Brave and the Bold " (Room 6DE, 10:00 A.M.-11:00 A.M.) "Flash Forward" (Room 6A, 11:45 A.M.-12:45 A.M.) " The Big Bang Theory " (Ballroom 20, 1 P.M.-2 P.M.) " Past Life " (Room 6A, 2:15 P.M.-3:15 P.M.) "The Mighty Boosh" (Room 6A, 4:45 P.M.-5:45 P.M.) " Dollhouse " (Ballroom 20, time TBD) " Stargate Universe " (TBD) " Caprica " (TBD) " Eureka " (TBD) Saturday, July 25 " Chuck " (Ballroom 20, 10 A.M.-11 A.M.) " Eastwick " (Room 6A, 10:15 A.M.-11:15 A.M.) " Lost " (Hall H, 11 A.M.-noon) " V " (Ballroom 20, 2:45 P.M.-3:45 P.M.) " Fringe " (Ballroom 20, 4 P.M.-5 P.M.) " Human Target " (Room 6BCF, 4:45 P.M.-5:45 P.M.) "Vampire Diaries" (Room 6BCF, 6 P.M.-7 P.M.) " MythBusters " (Room 6BCF, 6:15 P.M.-7:15 P.M.) "Planet of the Dead & Torchwood: Children of Earth" (Room 6A, 7:30 P.M-10:30 P.M) " Warehouse 13 " (TBD) " Sanctuary " (TBD) Sunday, July 26 "Doctor Who" (Ballroom 20, 10 A.M.-11 A.M.) " The Spectacular Spider-Man " (Room 6A, 10:00 A.M.-11:00 A.M. ) " Smallville " (Room 6BCF, 10:30 A.M.-11:30 A.M.) " Supernatural " (Room 6BCD, 11:45 A.M.-12:45 P.M.) " Being Human & Torchwood " (Room 6BCF, 2:15 P.M.-3:45 P.M.)

Secrets Teased

Jane Espenson, who wrote the upcoming movie Battlestar Galactica: The Plan, said that the telefilm will retell the initial story of the SCI FI Channel series, but from the perspective of the Cylons. "The events of The Plan are the events that you've seen ... in the show, from the miniseries to almost the end of season two," Espenson said in an exclusive interview. "So it's that chunk of time, but sort of seen with the Cylon perspective. So you're going to see a lot of stuff that was going on that you weren't aware of at the time: on Caprica, in the fleet. read more

Battlestar Galactica: The Plan + Promo

"Battlestar Galactica: The Plan" will revolve around the plan when Cylons are operating on board the Cylon ships before and after the attack. "The Plan" is directed by series star Edward James Olmos and written by series writer Jane Espenson. Official synopsis has not been disclosed but Kate Vernon who plays the final Cylon, Ellen Tigh, said that she is involved in it and gave a little bit of the frame. read more + see the promo